David explains when it’s okay for us to place the knee in front of the ankle in poses like side angle. He also explains when the knee is most vulnerable.
This month David highlights the pubococcygeal muscles or PC muscles. Learn where these pelvic floor muscles are found, what they do, and how they’re relevant to your yoga practice.
In this article, David explores the anatomy of navasana. Understand the intentions for this posture and how to evolve it.
David answers the question: What causes abdominal cramps during primary series? He explains why repeated forward bending and dehydration could both contribute to cramps.
David explains what it means to do too much yoga practice too soon and he shares some ideas on how to build your yoga practice without over-doing it.
Researchers found that some yoga postures show promise for use as a preventative therapy to stabilize the scapula and potentially prevent shoulder dysfunction.
David answers the question: How do I self-treat sit bone pain and obturator internus? He explains that sit bone pain can originate from many different sources.
In this article, David explores the anatomy of marichyasana D. Understand the intentions for this posture and how to evolve it.
David explains from an anatomical perspective why breathing in twists can feel so challenging! Learn how you can evolve your twists and breathe easier.
In this article, David deconstructs the anatomy of standing half-bound lotus. Explore multiple intentions for this posture and gain insights into how to evolve it.